HASSELT, Belgium – 14 January 2019.
Zappware has been growing significantly and is committed to consolidate its position across different regions. To support that strategy and shape its organization for rapid future growth, Zappware attracts Pierre Hunter to its commercial team.
Patrick Vos, CEO of Zappware, explains: “We firmly believe that Zappware’s product portfolio is ready to address a substantially larger customer base. Not only in Europe, but we target to further develop our business in the LATAM, Middle-East and APAC regions. We have anticipated this and have been looking to attract captains of industry who can support us in this expansion. This resulted in the recruitment of Pierre Hunter, who has joined Zappware as of today. Pierre Hunter has an impressive track record of over 25 years in Pay TV and most recently as Vice President Sales EMEA at Verimatrix, where he was instrumental to the growth of Verimatrix from a small startup to a world leader in the supply of video content and revenue security solutions. Pierre will join the Zappware commercial team and will assist Zappware in its Strategic Business Development.”
Pierre Hunter elaborates: “I will be applying my extensive market and industry knowledge to help Zappware grow its future commercial strategy based on its innovative NEXX 4.0 product-set consisting of a unique user interface and video backoffice solution for digital TV. Our industry is constantly evolving, both technologically and commercially. A key strength is my ability to successfully adapt to these constant changes. I’m excited to join Zappware on this international growth journey.”
Zappware, founded in 2001, combines creativity and technology into powerful digital TV solutions for Entertainment Service Providers. Its proven and award-winning user interfaces currently serve millions of devices around the world and provide an intuitive and personalized multi-screen TV experience across set-top boxes, smartphones, tablets and PCs. It includes a unified Service Delivery back-office that allows the operator to monetize the service on cable, satellite, terrestrial, IPTV, OTT and hybrid networks.